Elden Ring on PC will use Easy Anti-Cheat

A research carried out on the web has confirmed that Elden Ring, the new work by From Software, on PC will employ Easy Anti-Cheat technology

By now there is a lot of information that has been made known about Elden Ring, the highly anticipated new work developed by From Software arriving in a few days. In the past few weeks, there have been revelations relating to the duration of the main campaign, to new areas such as Castle Mourne e Liurnia of the Lakes, and more. More rarefied information regarding the multiplayer, concentrated above all on what emerged from the closed network test. To these has recently been added a new confirmation, which will surely make the happiness of the PC gamers, concerned about the use of cheats.

Elden Ring: confirmed Easy Anti-Cheat on PC

This new information about the PC experience comes to us through theEULA of the game on the Steam page (as reported byReddit user hzy980512), within which you can read that the game developed by From Software it will take Easy Anti-Cheat (EAC). The client of this system will start at the same time as the title in question, and will monitor the code and the hardware memory. Within this page it is specified that by accepting the EULA agreements in question, you also accept permission to EAC to collect, store, share and publish the data relating to the cheats that will be detected.

Elden Ring on PC will use Easy Anti-Cheat

Of course, this information will be used solely for the purpose of containing the cheaters, therefore it will be used to identify and ban users responsible for incorrect behavior. Obviously only time will tell us whether the use of Easy Anti-Cheat in the PC version of Elden Ring will have the desired effects, but it is undeniable how it will still offer a hand to all players who want to try their hand at the multiplayer component of the title.

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